Antonyms for inexorably

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"You knew rightly he wouldn't have liked it," John continued, inexorably.

These were the ideas, the ideas of his family, and his church, which held him inexorably.

The world-evolution uses us inexorably, either for light or for fuel.

He put his question desperately, knowing how inexorably it committed him.

Out of control, with the Moon-gravity pulling us inexorably down!

It is the voice, inexorably scornful, of the Great White Land.

It was inexorably opposed to the restitution of church property.

Without ships, the guns were inexorably walled in by the forest.

He could neither cut nor stretch that inexorably anchoring beam.

"Well, you've been upstairs nearly an hour," Mrs. Fletcher went on inexorably.

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